You get to decide how your group "ends" — either dissolve or reproduce to impact generations.You've been leading your group for over a year now, so what's next? In our last episode, Molly Cunningham talks about how to end your group well, having a vision for reproduction from the start and some practical steps for how to transition your group.
Don't let prayer become just a box to check. See how powerful it can be. Prayer is much more than something you just do before a meal or to close your group time. In this episode, Rob Seddon shares how to pray with your group in practical, yet meaningful, ways.
Our leadership is largely determined by our ability to navigate conflict and our willingness to have difficult conversations. It's normal, and not at all bad. Chuck Mingo teaches us how to create a culture of healthy conflict in our latest episode. You’ll definitely get some practice on this one. Boost your conflict navigation skills by joining the waitlist for upcoming Listening Trainings.
We can all think of that one person who's just draining (bless their heart). Conversations with them are difficult to manage, especially in a group setting when you can’t pretend to answer the phone to avoid them. LaTasha Patrick shares her best tips on navigating these relationships for a healthy group culture, and to save you a lot of frustration.
Jeremy Pryor breaks down one of our hottest topics in our new episode — what to do with the kiddos. And we're not only talking biological ones. Leading a group is all about reproducing in your people, and Jeremy shares his expertise on how to embrace your role.
Special guest, Paul Maconochie, shares his expertise on developing a vision and plan for your group. Check out his practical tips to develop your team and incorporate UP, IN, and OUT.Plus, he has an awesome accent so it's worth a listen.
In the inaugural episode, Brian Tome helps you create a healthy group culture by leading with vulnerability and authenticity. Leading a group itself can feel vulnerable, but being yourself is the best way to lead your group.